‘Black Jesse Helms’ on Farah show today

By WND Staff

Vernon Robinson, one of two Republicans in a North Carolina congressional runoff, will be the guest on Joseph Farah’s “WorldNetDaily Radioactive” program today.


Vernon Robinson

Robinson, a Winston-Salem city councilman, came in first in the initial contest for the GOP nomination in the 5th Congressional District and faces runner-up state Sen. Virginia Foxx in the Aug. 17 contest.

When Robinson won the first election, the Winston-Salem Journal ran a critical editorial entitled “Jesse Helms is back, this time he’s black.” Rather than take offense, Robinson took the headline as his campaign slogan. He is pro-life, against same-sex marriage and pro-Second Amendment.

WND columnist Mychal Massie, who describes Foxx as an “ACLU Republican,” calls Robinson “the kind of Christian I remember while growing up.”

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